Twitch, the popular streaming site, might seriously end up in court, according to what are recent statements released during a live broadcast by DrDisrespect, the famous streamer banned from the purple site. The message refers precisely to his removal and the real reasons, which prompted the stream to sue the site.
For those who do not remember, let’s talk about the event that took place more than a year ago, which led the famous character to walk away from the platform, then return to YouTube. Initially, no information was disclosed regarding the motivation for the ban, leaving all fans of the famous Doc with many questions and doubts.
The streamer is famous for being somewhat out of line but he did not seem to have performed any particular behaviors which resulted in the complete removal of his channel, emotes and reimbursement for all channel subscribers. However, in a recent live, the same Guy Beahm, real name of DrDisrespect, confirmed that he has known the motivation for months.
With a somewhat colorful speech, Beahm confirmed that he was aware of the reasons for his ban and plans to take Twitch to court. An excerpt of the live, available in the news, takes up exactly the moment in which the streamer confirms that he knows the motivation, which apparently is also the point on which the lawsuit is based.
Doc just said he knows why he got banned and he’s suing the fuck outta Twitch… GOOD
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– Lord Vega (@LordVega) August 23, 2021
I can’t talk about it but many have asked me “do you know the reason?” oh yeah, i know the reason. I have known for months now but motivation. And let me tell you something. There is a reason … a reason why we will destroy them in court! Okay? I don’t know what other terms to put it. You know in image damage, you can’t… no… no… anyway.
It therefore appears that the streamer will really take Twitch to court, finally revealing the real reason for his ban. Furthermore, more recently, the same streamer has also started work on a development studio, which will apparently be collaborating with mega influencers.